Saturday, 16 Feb 2019
Category: Education news

Private schools asked to follow RTE guidelines in Odisha

The schools have been asked to take certain measures for the safety of the children and create a conducive env… Read More KORAPUT (ODISHA): Private schools in Koraput district have been asked to follow the guidelines of the Right to Education (RTE) Act and get their doubts, if any, cleared by the district education office. […]

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MBBS in pvt colleges will cost you more

It will be applicable from the upcoming academic session scheduled to start from October first week. According to a notification issued by AFRC, first year students in the MBBS course will have to pay Rs 5 to 5.72 lakh as tuition fee; the fee last year was Rs 3.75 to 4 lakh. In premier colleges, […]

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No admission to MP students in Guj, Maha

Indore : While doors of MP colleges are open for medical students of other states, neighbourslike Gujarat and Maharashtra have restricted entry for outsiders.   Social activist Dr Anand Rai said, “While court has not given specific directions on admission in private colleges, state governments come up with their orders on admission process. In Madhya […]

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Foreign students slam Hindi institute for dirty hostels

NEW DELHI: HRD ministry has sought a detailed report from Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Agra, on allegations by many foreign students that the institute has turned a blind eye to pathetic living conditions in the hostel. Exasperated with the callous attitude of the institute management, some foreign students raised the matter on social media by posting […]

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NSUI releases a special manifesto for northeast students

  NEW DELHI: The Congress-affiliated National Students Union of India (NSUI) has released a sub-manifesto to address the problems being faced by students from the northeastern states. The special manifesto was released here by Rajya Sabha member Oscar Fernandes and former Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) President and current NSUI President Amrita Dhawan, among others. […]

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HRD ministry working towards digital degrees, certificates

  NEW DELHI: The HRD ministry is working to ensure that degrees and certificates are given to students in digital format from the 2017 academic session onwards. “There is a need to take pledge and that pledge is by 2017, all degrees and board certificates, everything will go in digital format,” HRD minister Prakash Javadekar […]

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Government plans to introduce quota for faculty at IIMs

  AHMEDABAD: Union HRD Ministry has proposed to introduce reservation in teaching positions at Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and will hold talks with the chiefs of these premier B-schools in this regard. As part of the proposal to introduce quotas in faculty posts at IIMs, chairmen and directors of IIMs will meet at IIM […]

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US B-schools open up wallets to lure Indian students

  In the 2015–16 academic year, Yale University told it spent around $5 million (Rs 33 crore) of its own funds t… Read More NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: Rashmita Redkar and Shreya Mathai were showered with scholarships when they applied for MBA programmes+ this year. Redkar got four offers — $100,000 from Harvard, $120,000 from […]

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